3 Tools to Manifest Your Dream Life
with Liz Tran, Executive Coach & Author
Manifestation can be a tricky thing to understand, but in my conversation with Liz Tran on the Live Purely Podcast, we spoke about how this practice is a key component of how she works with her clients as an Executive Coach. The act of tuning into your intuition and inquiring inward is at the center of manifesting your vision, whatever that may be. Liz explains that creating the space in your daily life for your intuitive voice, or your inner voice, to come through is key to opening up your imagination, therefore allowing your vision to come to fruition. Below, we dive into Liz’s top three tools for manifesting your dream life.
SET YOUR VISION
Setting your vision is all about getting clear about what you want to bring into your life, aka what you want to manifest. An easy way to do this is to create a vision board with images and words that relate to your vision: get specific here! Include images of the physical items, destinations, and places you are envisioning.
If you’re not a visual person, simply writing down your vision can be just as beneficial. The important thing here is consistency: constantly reminding yourself of your vision either through looking at your vision board or saying what you are trying to manifest out loud will help you to believe it is possible.
"When we believe something is possible, we take all the steps to go after it.” - Liz Tran
Another tool Liz mentioned during our conversation is self-gratitude, which is the practice of being grateful for yourself and the actions you take throughout your day. Liz told me about her practice of taking time out at the end of her day to write down three things that she did well on that particular day. It can be as simple as “I washed the dishes AND put them away” or “I made a stranger smile today.”
As humans, we have an innate bias to recognize the negative things about ourselves or focus on the mistakes we made, so taking the time to recognize what you did well helps to counteract this innate negativity bias. This helps us to be more gentle with ourselves and allows us to be our own biggest cheerleader.
The final tool Liz mentioned to me is similar to the last one, but instead it’s all about focusing on being grateful for your life as it is right now. At the beginning of your day, take some time to write down three things that you are grateful for at that moment. By being grateful for what you already have on a consistent basis, it teaches your brain to look out for the good things that are already existing in your life, therefore creating opportunities for more gratitude to flow in.
If you’re curious to learn more from Liz about manifestation, tuning into your intuition, and more, listen to the full episode below!
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